Local Food in Philadelphia





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Published on Feb 1, 2010

This is the Lowdown on Local Food, featuring FairFoodPhilly.org Why buy locally grown food? Because it supports our local farmers and preserves open space, it keeps our money circulating within our own community, and it cuts down on the waste and pollution created from importing food from far away places. Locally grown food is available at the Fair Food Farmstand, in Philadelphias Reading Terminal Market, as well as at other locations throughout the city. Go to FairFoodPhilly.org to download the Philadelphia Local Food Guide to local farmers markets, buying clubs, farm stands, retail stores, restaurants, and caterers. Or call (215) 386-5211. The Philadelphia Local Food Guide is a program of Fair Food, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing locally grown food to the Philadelphia marketplace. Support our local farmers. Buy local food. Visit FairFoodPhilly.org

C&L Landes Productions

Music by Jake and Emma Morrow


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